The Central Board of Secondary Education successfully conducted the CBSE Class 12 Psychology paper today, December 11, 2021. According to the CBSE guidelines, students reported to their respective examination center, 30 minutes before the commencement of the exam. The exam was conducted for an hour and a half from 11.30 pm to 1:00 pm at various associated schools across the country. For the first time, CBSE conducted the class 12 Psychology exam in an MCQ-based format. Students were asked to mark their responses on the OMR sheets provided at the examination center.
Paper was conducted for 90 minutes and students had to submit their OMR sheets at 1 pm. As per the reports, the OMR sheets were distributed at 11.10 am sharp. Soon after filling all the entries carefully, question papers were distributed at 11.20 am. Students were allowed to read the question paper for the next 10 minutes, however, they were not allowed to mark anything on their OMR sheets. CBSE term 1 Psychology exam commenced at 11.30 am and concluded at 1 pm.
Analysis of question papers and answer keys will be available anytime now. Students can check various ed-tech websites for exam analysis and answer keys of the CBSE class 12 Psychology Term1 exam. Due to the objective nature of the exam, Subject experts find it easy to post the answer keys online on various social media platforms. Many content creators find youtube as a viable platform to post the answer keys online. Applicants searching for the Psychology class 12 term 1 exam answer key are advised to be active around 1.30 pm across various social media sites.
Questions asked in today’s examination were framed from the following syllabus: What is Psychology, Methods of Enquiry in Psychology, and The Bases of Human Behavior. A total of 60 questions were asked in the exam for a total of 35 marks. 60 questions were divided into 3 sections where the first two sections consisted of 24 questions each whereas the last section consisted of only 12 questions. There is no provision of negative marking in the CBSE term 1 exam. Students were asked to darken the circles having the correct option in the OMR sheets using black or blue ballpoint pen only. The use of pencil was strictly prohibited and was considered an unfair means. According to CBSE: All questions carry equal marks. There is no negative marking.